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Presentations and events at the Internet Archive.

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Announcements 124
News 92
Internet Archive 31
brewster kahle 31
Books Archive 28
internet archive 28
Brewster Kahle 25
911 16
Technical 9
Audio Archive 8
Understanding 911 7
Broadband 6
Networks 6
Personal Archiving 6
Fiber cable 5
Live Music Archive 5
Rick Prelinger 5
Wayback Machine 5
WiFi 5
television news 5
9/11 4
Archive-It 4
Event 4
Software Archive 4
TV Archive 4
TV News Archive 4
Television Archive 4
jason scott 4
physical archive 4
Beatrice Choi 3
Deborah Jaramillo 3
EFF 3
Howard Besser 3
Marshall Breeding 3
Ted Nelson 3
books in browsers 2010 3
pda 3
roger macdonald 3
tv news research 3
universal access 3
Alexis Rossi 2
Brian A. Monahan 2
Carolyn Brown 2
Censorship 2
CodePink 2
Dan Whaley 2
Dennis Swanson 2
EthicsInTech 2
FCC 2
Mark J. Williams 2
Michael Lesk 2
NSA 2
Net Neutrality 2
NetGain 2
Open Library 2
PIPA 2
Richard Allen 2
SOPA 2
SPARC 2
San Francisco 2
Scott Blake 2
TV news 2
University of Alberta 2
Will Durst 2
aaron swartz 2
alexis rossi 2
books 2
distributed web 2
ford foundation 2
historical software 2
lost landscapes 2
no more 404s 2
reader privacy 2
saudi arabia 2
tracey jaquith 2
wayback machine 2
10 Petabytes 1
18 Million Uprising 1
300 Funston 1
Aaron Straup Cope 1
Alice in Wonderland 1
Aphid Stern 1
Arabian Gulf Chapter 1
Archival movies 1
Association of Alternative Newsmedia 1
BeatriceChoi 1
Ben Moskovitz 1
Books In Browsers 1
Books in browers 1
Brewster Kahle, EQUACC, ebooks, rights, lending, ALA, American Library Association, New Orleans 1
Brewster Kahle, ebooks, in-library, lending, ALA, American Library Association, New Orleans 1
BrewsterKahle 1
Brian Carver 1
Brian Knappenberger 1
BrianMonahan 1
Cal Lee 1
CarolynBrown 1
CartoDB 1
Cathy Marshall 1
Cindy Cohn 1
Citizen Cloud 1
Comedy 1
Common Cause 1
Commonwealth Club 1
Daily statistics 1
Dan Drinkard 1
Daniel Erasmus 1
Daniel Kerr 1
Danny Bernstein 1
Darren Bridenbeck 1
David Isenberg 1
David Ritsher 1
David S. H. Rosenthal 1
Debbie Weissmann 1
DeborahJaramillo 1
Delaware 1
DennisSwanson 1
Discussion 1
E. Gene Smith 1
Education Archive 1
Effat University 1
Emily Hart 1
Farai Chideya 1
Ford Foundation 1
Free Press 1
From The Archive 1
Google 1
Googlization 1
Halloween 1
Hannah Eaves 1
History of the Internet 1
HowardBesser 1
Hypothes.is 1
Image Archive 1
Inder Comar 1
Internet Archive Is 1
Jason Scott 1
Jed Lau 1
Jim Shankland 1
Jo An Morfin-Guerrero 1
Jobs 1
John Hauser 1
Jonathan Harris 1
Jonathan Mcintosh 1
Justin Hall 1
Kalev Leetaru 1
Kam Woods 1
Kate Hudson 1
Knight Foundation 1
Kristine hanna 1
La Toya Tooles 1
Law 1
Lewis Carroll 1
Lori Kendall 1
Maciej Ceglowski 1
Marc A. Smith 1
Marion Stokes 1
Mark Burstein 1
MarkJWilliams 1
MarshallBreeding 1
Mary Austin 1
Mary Minow 1
Megan Alicia Winget 1
Michael Dale 1
MichaelLesk 1
Movie Archive 1
Music 1
Music Archive 1
NSA Comedy 1
National Security Agency 1
New Jersey 1
Newsletter 1
Onesheet 1
Open Access Week 1
Pennsylvania 1
Personal Digital Archiving 1
Peter Brantley 1
Peter Chan 1
Peter Jackson Award 1
Philadelphia 1
Physical Archive 1
Quinn Norton 1
Ralf Muehlen 1
RichardAllen 1
Rob Faris 1
Robin Chin 1
Rod Mann 1
Roger Macdonald 1
Roots Tech 1
RootsTech 1
Rosanne Scholl 1
Ryan Singel 1
SF Music Tech 1
SOPA, PIPA, Internet Censorship, Internet Archive, Brewster Kahle 1
Sam Stoller 1
San Francisco Center for the Book 1
San Francisco Chronicle 1
Sanskrit 1
Sarah Kim 1
Scanning 1
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Internet Archive staff photo 2011
Topics: Internet Archive, staff photo
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petabox photo
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The Zoia Horn Intellectual Freedom Award Presented to Brewster Kahle, December 17, 2010 at Internet Archive The Zoia Horn Intellectual Freedom Award honors California librarian Zoia Horn, who in 1972 chose to serve time in jail rather than betray confidential information. Ms. Horn's experience sets an example of integrity over personal comfort, and has been a model discussed in library literature and shared with generations of library students everywhere. A key goal of the Zoia Horn...
Topic: brewster kahle
Books in Browsers 2010
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Books in Browsers 2010: The Future of Reading on the Web A Showcase of Reading, Lending, and Vending books online. Thursday, October 21st @ 6:00PM Internet Archive 300 Funston Avenue San Francisco, CA 94118 The Internet Archive, with the support of O'Reilly Media, is hosting an evening demonstration of the vending and lending of books in web browsers on a variety of different platforms. The showcase is the keystone event of a two day summit held to examine the rapid transition towards...
Topic: books
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Party for Ted's Autobiography The San Jose Tech Museum and the Internet Archive will be holding parties for the publication of Ted Nelson's long-threatened autobiography, POSSIPLEX: Movies, Intellect, Creative Control, My Computer Life and the Fight for Civilization". AT THE TECH: Wednesday October 6, 6:30 pm AT THE INTERNET ARCHIVE: Friday, October 8, 6:00 pm PROGRAM: 6:00 pm: Doors open 6:30 pm: Introduction (Rob Stephenson (The Tech Museum), Brewster Kahle (Internet Archive)...
Topics: Ted Nelson, computer
Ted Nelson: Zigzag
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The Zigzag® Database and Visualization SystemIn November 2010 a programming team assembled at Internet Archive in a code sprint to create a prototype of the future of browsing, Ted Nelson's Zigzag. Team Zigzag:Edward Betts, Ted Nelson, Marlene Mallicoat, Art Medlar, Andrew Pam, Jeffrey Ventrella About ZigZag: We believe the computer world can be simplified and unified. Today, ordinary people must deal with an appalling variety of programs and mechanisms to maintain their information. We...
Topic: Ted Nelson
Ourmedia
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The Internet Archive 2010 holiday letter.
Topic: holiday letter
Internet Archive Presents
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Talk by Brewster Kahle at the Ford Foundation "NetGain" Event on February 11, 2015. Talk written out.
Topics: brewster kahle, distributed web, lock the web open, ford foundation, NetGain
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Photo of Internet Archive in Richmond, CA
Topics: internet archive, physical archive, richmond
Internet Archive Presents
by Rick Prelinger
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Single-frame trailer for Rick Prelinger's film No More Road Trips?For further information, please see nomoreroadtrips.com
Topic: Rick Prelinger
Internet Archive Presents
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TV News Archive new features overview. Narrated by Alexis Rossi. New design released April Fool's Day, April 1, 2014 Enjoy!
( 1 reviews )
Topics: demo, TV News Archive, version 2
From The Archive
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Internet Archive newsletters /* overrides for /v2 */ #file-dropper-wrap { visibility: hidden; } body.ia-module .welcome { background:white center -200px no-repeat url('/serve/ianewsletter/archivebw.jpeg') !important; }
Topics: internet archive, newsletters, From The Archive
Internet Archive Presents
by Jonathan Minard
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Documentation of the unplugged presentation "10 Petabytes Archived!" on October 25, 2012 at the Internet ArchiveFeaturing presentations by Brewster Kahle, Robert Miller, Kristine Hanna, Alexis Rossi, Dave Marvit, and Roger Macdonald, with live music by Jeff Kaplan (guitar), and Don Knuth (organ) 
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Internet Archive, documentary, 10 Petabytes
911conferenceBrewsterKahle
( 1 reviews )
Topics: 911, BrewsterKahle
Rick Prelinger presents "Lost Landscapes of San Francisco" event, an eclectic montage of lost and rarely seen film clips showing life, landscapes and labor in a vanished San Francisco as captured by amateurs, newsreel cameramen and industrial filmmakers. How we remember and record the past reveals much about how we address the future. Rick Prelinger collects the uncollected and makes it accessible. Since 1983 Rick has been collecting ephemeral films: advertising, educational,...
Internet Archive Presents
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Brewster Kahle's talk about foundation housing at the SOCAP 2014 conference.Location: Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA More about Foundation Housing on Brewster's blog.
Topics: brewster kahle, foundation housing, internet archive
Internet Archive Presents
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The concept originated with Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle's visit to China where he saw the Xian terra cotta warriors. Brewster has an idea: recognize those that have dedicated years to non-profit service by having an artist make sculptures of them. The collection of Ceramic Archivists is the result of almost five years of work. The artist is ceramic sculptor Nuala Creed.This project is unusual in many respects and it is multi-layered. The very notion of an artist being hired to...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: nuala creed, brewster kahle, internet archive, ceramic archivists
911conferenceScottBlake
( 1 reviews )
Topics: 911, ScottBlake
Internet Archive Presents
by Internet Archive
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Celebrate at the Internet Archive — 1024 — Thursday, October 24, 2013 The Internet Archive once-a-year celebration and announcements of new services. (And it just so happened to fall on 1024, which our fellow geeks will recognize as 2^10.) We gathered together to tell you about the new steps we’re taking to guarantee permanent, free access to the world’s knowledge. Some things we shared: Reader Privacy for All - Brewster Kahle and Daniel Ellsberg We are helping to protect the reading...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: internet archive, brewster kahle, tracey jaquith, roger macdonald, alexis rossi, jason scott,...
At our annual event, Internet Archive founder, Brewster Kahle, unveiled a new direction for the organization:  “Building Libraries Together.”  We are building next generation tools that will enable people and communities to build libraries with us. Some 500 guests came to Internet Archive headquarters in San Francisco for hands-on demos of our tools and more.  The evening began with music by the New Disciples of Blue Grass, playing selections all available at archive.org.  Emcee, Jason...
Topics: internet archive, brewster kahle, robert miller, roger macdonald, Kristine hanna, jason scott,...
Internet Archive Presents
by Rick Prelinger
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Lost Landscapes of San Francisco 6 (2011) is the latest in a series of historical urban explorations, made from home movies, industrial and promotional films and outtakes, and other cinematic ephemera. It sold out the Castro Theatre in December, and this will be its second screening. YOU are the soundtrack. Please come prepared to shout out your identifications, ask questions about what’s on the screen, and share your thoughts with fellow audience members. Most of the footage in this program...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Rick Prelinger, San Francisco, Internet Archive, Brewster Kahle, Archival movies
911conferenceBrianMonahan
Topics: 911, BrianMonahan
Internet Archive Presents
by Internet Archive
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Personal Digital Archiving 2012 Held at The Internet Archive, San Francisco. Thursday February 23 • 9:00-9:15. Welcome and Introduction • 9:15-10:00. Keynotes. The Internet Archive and Personal Archives. Brewster Kahle The Library of Congress: Personal Digital Archive Advice for the General Public. Mike Ashenfelder, Library of Congress • 10:30-11:30 Cases and Examples How my Family Archives Affected Others. Stan James. Unstable Archives: Performing the Franko B Archive. Jo An...
Topics: mike ashenfelder, stan james, jerry michalski, jo ana morfin, peter chan, marc a. smith, megan a....
by Cinema Studies Department, New York University
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Learning From Recorded Memory - 911 TV News Archive Conference - August 24, 2011 Co-sponsored by Internet Archive and New York University's Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program, Tisch School of the Arts New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, 721 Broadway, 6th Floor, Michelson Theater, New York, NY 10003 This conference highlights work by scholars using television news materials to help us understand how TV news presented the events of 9/11/2001 and the international...
Topics: 911, TV News Archive, Understanding 911, Howard Besser, Richard Allen, Brewster Kahle, Brian A....
911conferenceBeatriceChoi
Topics: 911, BeatriceChoi
911conferenceDennisSwanson
Topics: 911, DennisSwanson
Personal Digital Archiving 2012 Held at The Internet Archive, San Francisco. Thursday February 23 • 9:00-9:15. Welcome and Introduction • 9:15-10:00. Keynotes. The Internet Archive and Personal Archives. Brewster Kahle The Library of Congress: Personal Digital Archive Advice for the General Public. Mike Ashenfelder, Library of Congress • 10:30-11:30 Cases and Examples How my Family Archives Affected Others. Stan James. Unstable Archives: Performing the Franko B Archive. Jo An...
Topics: cathy marshall, sarah kim, debbie weissman, lori kendall, christopher lee, laura gurak, smiljana...
Internet Archive Presents
by Rick Prelinger
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Lost Landscapes returns for its 8th year, bringing together both familiar and unseen archival film clips showing San Francisco as it was and is no more. Blanketing the 20th-century city from the Bay to Ocean Beach, this screening includes newly-discovered images of Playland and Sutro Baths; the waterfront; families living and playing in their neighborhoods; detail-rich streetscapes of the late 1960s; the 1968 San Francisco State strike; Army and family life in the Presidio; buses, planes,...
Topics: lost landscapes, internet archive, rick prelinger, brewster kahle
911conferenceDiscussion
Topics: 911, Discussion
Possiplex : An Autobiography of Ted Nelson
by Internet Archive
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Ted Nelson book launch talk
Segment from a presentation by Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive Digital Librarian at Ford Foundation NetGain gathering, — a call from 5 top foundations to think big about prospects for our digital future.
Topics: brewster kahle, ford foundation
Video of Ted Nelson's talk at the launch of his autobiography "Possiplex". October 8, 2010 at Internet Archive
( 1 reviews )
911conferenceDeborahJaramillo
Topics: 911, DeborahJaramillo
911conferenceMichaelLesk
Topics: 911, MichaelLesk
Internet Archive Presents
by Brewster Kahle; Suzanne Scafuri
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Custom Schools with a Class size of 1 or 4 by Brewster Kahle, presented to the club on January 10, 2011. Including supporting spreadsheet (in openoffice.org or libreoffice.org format) Blog post about this article, and a workshop about this subject. The paper is here. Article in Patch on the importance of Class size by Susan Scafuri: http://pacifica.patch.com/articles/controlling-your-childs-class-size
Topic: class size, custom school, custom schooling, customschooling
Co-sponsored by Internet Archive and New York University’s Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program, Tisch School of the Arts New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, 721 Broadway, 6th Floor, Michelson Theater, New York, NY 10003 This conference highlights work by scholars using television news materials to help us understand how TV news presented the events of 9/11/2001 and the international response. Our collective recollection of 9/11 and the following days has become...
Topics: 911, TV News Archive, Understanding 911, Howard Besser, Richard Allen, Brewster Kahle, Brian A....
Ted Nelson: Zigzag
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Photos of the library building of the Internet Archive at 300 Funston Avenue, San Francisco, California 94118.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: Internet Archive
The Lewis Carroll Society of North America Spring Meeting: April 16-17, 2011 Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA April 17 Speakers: Mark Burstein-The Internet Archive-Welcoming Remarks Sandor Burstein & Joshua Brody, accordion-“Alice Liddell’s Accordion” A Selection of Songs August Imholtz-Presentation James Welsch & Rachel Eley-"Farflungnügen: Comments on the State of the Blog" Alan Selsor-“A Few Words about Charles Ware” Stan Isaacs-“Lewis Carroll’s...
Topics: Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland, Mark Burstein, Brewster Kahle, Snark
Internet Archive Presents
by Internet Archive
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VICTORY FOR THE NET! Celebration On February 26, 2015, the FCC voted to protect real Net Neutrality, by restoring the agency's authority to protect Internet users under Title II of the Communications Act. Translation: a concrete victory in the fight to protect the Open Internet. The Internet Archive & Electronic Frontier Foundation & Free Press along with 15 co-hosts decided it was time to celebrate. Some 400 grassroots activists, policymakers, lawyers, technologists, librarians,...
Topics: Net Neutrality, Internet Archive, FCC, Common Cause, EFF, San Francisco, 18 Million Uprising,...
911conferenceCarolynBrown
Topics: 911, CarolynBrown
Internet Archive Presents
by Internet Archive
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12 Hours Dark: Internet Archive vs. Censorship From hackersandfounders.com: Silicon Valley PIPA/SOPA Protest Wednesday, January 18, 2012, 12:00 PM Civic Center Plaza Fulton and Larkin, San Francisco, CA (map) Global PIPA / SOPA protests are a go. Websites all over the globe are going Dark to protest radical copyright legislation. Tech meetup groups around the country are joining forces to rally against PIPA. Join us for a rally in San Francisco on Wednesday starting at 12:00pm Speaking:...
Topic: SOPA, PIPA, Internet Censorship, Internet Archive, Brewster Kahle
Internet Archive Presents
by Russ Jaquith and RJ Films
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Celebrate at the Internet Archive — 1024 — Thursday, October 24, 2013 The Internet Archive once-a-year celebration and announcements of new services. (And it just so happened to fall on 1024, which our fellow geeks will recognize as 2^10.) We gathered together to tell you about the new steps we’re taking to guarantee permanent, free access to the world’s knowledge. Some things we shared: Reader Privacy for All - Brewster Kahle and Daniel Ellsberg We are helping to protect the reading...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: internet archive, brewster kahle, tracey jaquith, roger macdonald, alexis rossi, jason scott,...
Books in Browsers 2010
by Tom Blake
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Boston Public Library's Tom Blake Old Spice parody promo for loaning ebooks to patrons. Filmed for the 2010 Books in Browsers presentation at Internet Archive.
Topic: Books in browers
Internet Archive Presents
by Internet Archive
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ALA Midwinter panel discussion. San Diego, CA. January 8, 2011.
911conferenceMarshallBreeding
Topics: 911, MarshallBreeding
Internet Archive Presents
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VICTORY FOR THE NET! Celebration On February 26, 2015, the FCC voted to protect real Net Neutrality, by restoring the agency's authority to protect Internet users under Title II of the Communications Act. Translation: a concrete victory in the fight to protect the Open Internet. The Internet Archive & Electronic Frontier Foundation & Free Press along with 15 co-hosts decided it was time to celebrate. Some 400 grassroots activists, policymakers, lawyers, technologists, librarians,...
Topics: Victory, Net Neutrality, Victory For the Net, EFF, Free Press, Internet Archive, FCC, Title II
[Personalarchiveconf collection]
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Presentation at the Personal Digital Archiving conference at Internet Archive February 24-25, 2011. Conference Chair: Jeff Ubois
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Personal Archiving, Internet Archive
911conferenceMarkJWilliams
Topics: 911, MarkJWilliams
Internet Archive Presents
by Rick Prelinger
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Video of Rick Prelinger's presentation of Lost Landscapes of Detroit (the 2010 version, revised Spring 2011) at Internet Archive, May 2011.
Topics: detroit, lost landscapes
Doug Engelbart and Karen Engelbart interviewed by Dave Marvit at the book launch of Ted Nelson's autobiographyy "Possiplex".
( 1 reviews )
[Personalarchiveconf collection]
by Internet Archive
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Presentation at the Personal Digital Archiving conference at Internet Archive February 24-25, 2011. Conference Chair: Jeff Ubois
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Personal Archiving, Internet Archive
911conferenceHowardBesser
Topics: 911, HowardBesser
The panel discuss following the screening of "We Are Legion: the Story of the Hacktivists" The documentary about the hacker/activist group ‘Anonymous’ The screening was at the Internet Archive on March 22, 2013 The panel included: Brian Knappenberger - Director, writer and producer of the Film. Thomas J. Nolan - Attorney at Nolan, Armstrong and Barton, LLP, certified criminal law specialist one of Daily Journal’s 100 most influential lawyers in California. Ryan Singel -...
Topics: Brian Knappenberger, Ryan Singel, Thomas J. Nolan, Quinn Norton, anonymous, internet archive, we...
Internet Archive Presents
by Vahid Razavi
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http://EthicsInTech.com http://NSAComedy.com NSA Comedy Tour, A Night of Comedy, Ethics & Tech! (Abridged Version) EthicsInTech™ presents a fun night of Comedy, Ethics & Technology to help protect the Fourth Amendment and our constitutional rights and freedoms. The goal of the event is to entertain, educate and bring to light issues concerning ethical use of technology and how it can help or curtail individual rights and freedoms. This holiday charity event is focused on increasing...
Topics: NSA, Comedy, Will Durst, EthicsInTech, Internet Archive, Justin Hall, Citizen Cloud, Cindy Cohn,...
Photos from the October 8, 2010 book launch of Ted Nelson's autobiography "Possiplex".
Topic: Ted Nelson
[Personalarchiveconf collection]
by Internet Archive
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Presentation at the Personal Digital Archiving conference at Internet Archive February 24-25, 2011. Conference Chair: Jeff Ubois
Topics: Personal Archiving, Internet Archive
Timothy Leary archival materials arrive at the Internet Archive
Topics: internet archive, timothy leary
[Personalarchiveconf collection]
by Internet Archive
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Presentation at the Personal Digital Archiving conference at Internet Archive February 24-25, 2011. Conference Chair: Jeff Ubois
Topics: Personal Archiving, Internet Archive
Internet Archive Presents
by Internet Archive
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Custom Schooling Workshop in San Francisco First workshop on “custom schooling“, an approach to schooling with class sizes from 1 to 4 that is surprisingly affordable, manageable, effective, and fun. 40 people came to the workshop. First video is the panel with parents talking about positive and negative experiences, and the 2nd video are the teachers. Custom School Paper and Class Size Matters Article by Brewster Kahle and Suzanne Scafuri
Topics: custom schooling, education, private school, home schooling, curriculum, teachers, tutors, Internet...
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Gordon Mohr leads training for the Heritrix, the Internet Archive's web crawler, which was specially designed for web archiving
Topics: heritrix, heretrix, heratrix, gordon mohr, internet archive
Photod from the Personal Archiving Conference 2011 at Internet Archive, February 24-25, 2011
Topic: personal archiving, internet archive
Photos from the Evening Gala event at Books In Browsers at Internet Archive. October21, 2010
Topic: books in browsers 2010
Troll-Proofing patents and protecting open innovation - an event was held at the Internet Archive to celebrate the birth of DPL 1.0 Video highlights: Welcome - Brewster Kahle and Jennifer Urban Brewster Kahle discussed the concept of the defensive patent license. Jennifer Urban discussed the background of the defensive patent license. Jason Schultz introduced DPL 1.0. Jennifer Urban discussed the what's next and introduced the advisory board and partners. Julie Samuels from the Electronic...
Topics: defensive patent license, internet archive, brewster kahle
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Internet Archive's Newsletter
Topics: internet archive, newsletter
Brewster Kahle's talk on Universal Access To All Knowledge given at The Long Now Foundation on November 30, 2011. Introduction As founder and librarian of the storied Internet Archive (deemed impossible by all when he started it in 1996), Brewster Kahle has practical experience behind his universalist vision of access to every bit of knowledge ever created, for all time, ever improving. He will speak to questions such as these: Can we make a distributed web of books that supports vending and...
Topics: brewster kahle, universal access, internet archive, long now foundation
A townhall meeting for small scale agriculture featuring the screening of the documentary The Greenhorns followed by a panel discussion. Held at Internet Archive San Francisco CA on October 18 2011.
Topics: small scale agriculture, farming
Daniel Ellsberg talks about the role of the media, how a war was averted in Syria and beyond, releasing the Pentagon Papers, the importance of history, whistleblowers, and much more.
Topics: daniel ellsberg, pentagon papers
Photos from Day 2 of Books In Browsers Conference at Internet Archive. October 22, 2010.
Topic: books in browsers 2010
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In memory of our dear friend and collaborator, Aaron Swartz, whose social, technical, and political insights still touch us daily, Noisebridge and the Internet Archive will be hosting a reception on what would have been Aaron’s 27th birthday, Friday, November 8, 2013. Video highlights: Lisa Rein - co-founder of Creative Commons Carl Malamud - Carl Malamud is a technologist, author, and public domain advocate, known for his foundation public.resource.org. Cindy Cohn - Legal Director EFF Cindy...
Topics: aaron swartz, hackathon, lisa rein, brewster kahle, internet archive
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Newspaper articles about the Internet Archive
Topics: internet archive, news articles
Internet Archive Presents
by Internet Archive
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Photos from the Books In Browsers 2011 conference at Internet Archive October 27-28, 2011. Books In Browsers 2011 Schedule: Thursday Introduction and Welcome. Kat Meyer (O’Reilly Media), Peter Brantley (Internet Archive) Morning session 1 EPUB — out of the box. Bill McCoy (IDPF). Elegantly On- and Offline. Blaine Cook (Osmosoft), Maureen Evans (Spezzato). Morning session 2 The Network is Overrated. Eric Hellman (Gluejar). The Ebook’s Ambit. Joseph Pearson (Inventive Labs). Morning session...
Topics: Books In Browsers, Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive
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A few images from Books in Browsers 2011
Topic: aaron swartz, aaronsw
Internet Archive Presents
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Panel discussion following a showing of the documentary "Digital Dharma" at the Internet Archive.About "Digital Dharma":One Man's Mission to Save a CultureWhen ancient writings of Sanskrit and Tibetan texts vanish during the political turmoil of the 1950s and 1960s, the history of a whole society-–its beliefs, customs and sense of enlightenment-–is in danger of disappearing.  Enter destiny in the form of American pacifist E. Gene Smith, a Mormon from Utah, the unlikely...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Tibet, Tibetan, Sanskrit, E. Gene Smith, digitization, cultural rescue